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Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

CNN) -- A federal judge in California on Wednesday struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage, ruling that voter-approved Proposition 8 violates the U.S. Constitution -- handing supporters of gay rights a major victory in a case that both sides say is sure to wind up before the U.S. Supreme Court.

The 136-page opinion, issued by Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker in San Francisco, is an initial step in what will likely be a lengthy fight over California's Proposition 8, which defines marriage as a union between a man and a woman.

At stake in the trial was whether California's ban on same-sex marriage violates gay couples' rights to equal protection and due process, as protected by the U.S. Constitution.

The high-profile case is being watched closely by both supporters and opponents of same-sex marriage, as many say it is destined to make its way to the U.S. Supreme Court. If it does, the case could result in a landmark decision on whether people in the United States are allowed to marry people of the same sex.

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Same-sex marriage is currently legal in five U.S. states and in the District of Columbia, while civil unions are permitted in New Jersey. The five states are Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, Iowa and New Hampshire.

"Proposition 8 fails to advance any rational basis in singling out gay men and lesbians for denial of a marriage license. Indeed, the evidence shows Proposition 8 does nothing more than enshrine in the California Constitution the notion that opposite-sex couples are superior to same-sex couples," Walker, who was appointed to the federal bench by former President Ronald Reagan, wrote in his opinion.

"Race restrictions on marital partners were once common in most states but are now seen as archaic, shameful or even bizarre," he added. "Gender no longer forms an essential part of marriage; marriage under law is a union of equals."

In a separate order, Walker also granted supporters of Proposition 8 a temporary stay, which stops his decision from taking immediate effect. They had argued, prior to his ruling, that same-sex marriages would be performed soon after his decision and could be complicated by rulings and appeals farther down the legal road.

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Walker gave both sides in the case until Friday to submit their responses to the order.

Elated supporters of same-sex marriage gathered to celebrate the judge's opinion in the Castro district of San Francisco. After speeches and songs, they began a march to city hall. People waved rainbow flags and U.S. flags, and carried signs that read, "We all deserve the freedom to marry," and "Separate is Unequal." Similar rallies unfolded in cities across California -- including Los Angeles and San Diego.

"For our entire lives, our government and the law have treated us as unequal. This decision to ensure that our constitutional rights are as protected as everyone else's makes us incredibly proud of our country," said Kristin Perry, a plaintiff.

Perry and Sandy Stier, along with Jeffrey Zarrillo and Paul Katami, are the two couples at the heart of the case, which if appealed would go next to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals before possibly heading to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Opponents of same-sex marriage have said their best bet lies with higher courts and vowed to appeal the federal judge's ruling.

In a national survey, conducted by Gallup in May, 53 percent of respondents said same-sex marriages should not be recognized by law, while 44 percent said they should.

Proposition 8 is part of a long line of seesaw rulings, court cases, debates and protests over the controversial issue of same-sex marriage. It passed in California with some 52 percent of the vote in November 2008.

"Big surprise! We expected nothing different from Judge Vaughn Walker, after the biased way he conducted this trial," said Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage. "With a stroke of his pen, Judge Walker has overruled the votes and values of 7 million Californians who voted for marriage as one man and one woman."

Italian bring back Ravetto to head men's team | Ski Racing

The Italian Ski Team brought back Claudio Ravetto to oversee the men's program. The4 decision was announced by FISI Special Commissioner Franc Carraro. Ravetto quickly accepted the position of technical director of the men's team.

"This year's World Cup season for the men and women will follow two distinct calendars," Carraro said during a press conference to present his plan, "Claudio Ravetto has worked in synergy with the men's coaches. I felt this was the natural role for him and I've had the confirmation from him through his immediate acceptance. He will be coordinating the activities of the men's teams. Ravetto has a contract of one year, which is the period of my tenure."

Ravetto will work with Gianluca Rulfi who is in charge of the speed racers, Max Carca leading the all-rounders and Jacques Theolier the giant slalom racers. Raimund Plancker is the technical director of the women's teams.

"I am happy to return to work with FISI and the Italian men's team," said Ravetto. "I happily accepted the proposal made by Dr. Carraro and now will take up contact with the teams and technicians. I am thinking about traveling to Argentina because it is an important period of summer training. I know that the men's team is made up of great athletes where everyone has room for further growth. The commitment will be to place as many as possible on the World Cup podium, with an eye already to next year's World Cup and the Sochi 2014 Games."

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Alton gay wedding discrimination claim will go to hearing!

Alton gay wedding discrimination claim will go to hearing

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ALTON • The Illinois Department of Human Rights has found "substantial evidence" of discrimination against a gay couple who were turned down by two bed and breakfast inns, one in Alton, when looking for a place to host their civil union ceremony.

The finding is not a final decision but a procedural step that allows allegations to be heard by a "trier of fact."

In February, Todd and Mark Wathen of Mattoon, in east-central Illinois, filed complaints against Beall Mansion Bed & Breakfast in Alton and TimberCreek Bed & Breakfast near Paxton, Ill., alleging denials of use of public accommodations for discriminatory reasons. A law allowing same-sex civil unions in Illinois became effective June 1.

The complainants could ask for conciliation or for a hearing before the Illinois Human Rights Commission or a state circuit court. Todd Wathen said they would discuss their next steps with their attorney.

"We felt we were right in doing what we did," he said. "We are pleased by the fact that someone agrees with us."

The owners of the Alton B&B deny discrimination. According to an investigation report, they deny saying they would only host traditional weddings between a man and a woman.

Beall Mansion attorney John J. Hopkins said his clients look forward to a proceeding where the credibility of the evidence can be determined. Hopkins said he was confident they would be vindicated.

The Wathens were wed in a ceremony in their back yard on June 6. Todd Wathen said they didn't actively pursue other accommodations after being turned down by the two inns. He said another facility offered to host their ceremony but did not have any dates available that they wanted.

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Posted in Crime-and-courts, Illinois, Metro, Govt-and-politics on Thursday, August 11, 2011 4:51 pm Updated: 5:40 pm. | Tags: Alton Il, Civil Union Law, Mark Wathen, Todd Wathen, Discrimination, Illinois Department Of Human Rights, Paxton Il, Mattoon Il, Beall Mansion Bed & Breakfast, Timbercreek Bed & Breakfast, Homosexuality,

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Thursday, August 11, 2011

LGBT equality portends trouble for Democrats!

We’ve all been at a social event where a gay or lesbian friend, acquaintance or stranger has expressed support for a Republican candidate or policy position only to hear ice melt in nearby glasses – if not drowned out by the disapproving comments or outright anger on the part of some.

Political hegemony regarding both party affiliation and political ideology emanating from much of LGBT organizational leadership and many community activists creates a quickly learned lesson among the rank-and-file that tolerance for divergent views is not among our community’s strongest attributes.

But an objective examination — without political bias or advocacy one way or the other — suggests that the hallmark monolithic dominance of the Democratic Party among LGBT voters could noticeably weaken in direct correlation to broadening public acceptance and corresponding gains in civil and legal equality.

Early signs of this likely cultural transition and forecast of a reasonably anticipated political transformation in coming years are already evident.

CNN exit polls and other respected surveys indicate that the percentage of self-identified lesbians and gays currently voting for Republican candidates is surprisingly sizable and, although a minority, is increasing over time. In recent presidential elections, between one-quarter and one-third of us voted Republican. In the most recent 2010 congressional races, one-third of declared gays and lesbians voted for the GOP candidate.

For a community whose battle cry has long been “we are everywhere” and “we are everyone” this should come as no surprise.

As gains in equality spread across local jurisdictions and states, the importance of LGBT-centric issues on the voting habits of gays and lesbians will undoubtedly lessen. We will increasingly enjoy the freedom to vote — like everyone else — according to our own unique perspectives and individual self-interests on issues other than LGBT rights as those rights become more commonplace.

We need only look to the effect assimilation has had on other aspects of our community life to understand this phenomenon.

Even urban gays and lesbians continue to geographically disperse within cities and throughout metropolitan areas, maintaining much less of an affinity or essential connection to the traditional “community” historically centralized in a “safe haven” core constructed in response to a broad sense of alienation and offering protection, identity and camaraderie. This has resulted in fewer LGBT-focused businesses, reduced patronage at community-identified bars, restaurants and nightclubs, less participation in community-oriented organizations and civic groups, and diminished readership of community-focused publications.

This trend is particularly evident among younger gays and lesbians, whose lives are more integrated within a larger context and for whom sexual orientation is a normalized cultural marker.

The political leanings of both Millennials and Generation X are increasingly fluid and unpredictable. Rock the Vote’s midterm election poll found that only a third of all younger Americans now identify themselves as Democrats, with those calling themselves Republicans within near parity of that number.

A recent Pew Research Center poll found an even starker disparity among young white voters under 30. A 52 percent majority now lean Republican, a striking increase from the 42 percent who said the same in 2008 and 11 percent more than the 41 percent who now lean toward Democrats.

In addition, the distinctly high percentage of gay and lesbian small business owners, entrepreneurs, sole proprietors and independent contractors within our national numbers – as high as 10 percent according to the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) – could easily distance themselves from Democratic positions on economic and business issues of importance to them and their professional endeavors once unshackled from a desire to support those who support our civil rights.

There is little to suggest that broader support for LGBT equality among Democratic elected officials will translate into a lasting “halo effect” benefiting the party. Increasingly evident diversity of opinion on other issues will likely be reflected at the polls in the relatively near term – more quickly and significantly than Democratic affiliated community partisans either realize or are willing to acknowledge.

Will it really be all that startling in a center-right nation split 50-50 between the two political parties to soon discover that we are a largely integrated part of that dichotomy?

Perhaps that will prove to be one of the most prominent measures of our achievement of equality.

Mark Lee is a local small business manager and long-time community business advocate. Reach him at



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